YOUNG STARS GAA SUMMER CAMP
The very popular Young Stars GAA summer camp is back again. Camp will run from 8th to 12th of August 10.30am to 2pm in Emmet Park Carrickmacross. Cost 40euro 1st child 30 euro 2nd and subsequent children. Football hurling handball and lots of FUN. All children will receive a football and certificate. All children from age 5 to 13 welcome. Forms are available in Birdys newsagents, Carrickmacross.
Numbers drawn 5,7,20,25. No winner. Next weeks jackpot 3,400
50 euro Sadhbh Maher
20 euro Maureen McArdle
20 euro Eilish Connolly
10 euro Andrew Fox
Football training for U10s/8s/6s will continue through the summer holidays at 5.30pm on Friday evenings. All beginners welcome.
Our minor team played Scotstown on Tuesday last (result elsewhere).
Our seniors will play Corduff in the Intermediate football league in Corduff this Friday evening at 8pm. Please support.
Best of luck to our U14s who are representing Monaghan at Feile in Cork this week.
YOUNG STARS SUMMER CAMP
Our summer camp will take place from 8th to 12th August in Emmet Park. Cost 40euro 1st child, 30 euro 2nd and subsequent children. Forms have been circulated to the primary schools and are also available in Birdys newsagents.
Gaelic for Mothers; Carrickmacross Ladies club are hoping to start up Gaelic for Mothers. So ladies are you interested in some time out for an hour every week for some light exercise and fun? So why not come and join us at the Emmet centre on Wednesday the 6th July at 7pm for more info or contact Orla on 0872393588 or Tommy on 0861600027.
We have an under 16 match this week at home to Aghabog. This is a game we were due to play earlier in the year so we need to see all girls back after the exams.
Training continues for all girls this week and we would encourage all girls to attend. We also invite any new people to join us for any age group.
We would like to thank the Killanny club for a wonderful day on Sunday last and to say the girls had a great time
Croke Park Activity Day: In association with GAA National Coaching and Games Development and the Ulster Council Coaching and Games Committee an Activity Day for players who are 12 years of age has being organised for Monaghan and three (3) other counties from Ulster on Tuesday 19th July from 10 to 11:30 am in Croke Park. The purpose of the initiative is to give our young players an opportunity to play our national game at GAA headquarters. Each club will have two representatives & Aghabog will be represented by Caolann McCooey & Oisin Gleeson. This promises to be a great personal memory for both players.